There are many types of boilers: regular- also known as traditional or conventional- system, or combi boilers. Your house will probably determine the type of boiler you need installed.
Smaller houses or flats, for example are best suited to combi boilers, whereas larger houses with multiple bathrooms will be better fitted with a system, or traditional boiler.
Traditional boilers need a loft to store the feed and expansion tanks, whereas combi or system boilers require little space.
New boilers can be considerably quieter than older boilers because of their improved design and enhanced use of materials.
This can be especially appreciated, when a boiler is located the other side of a bedroom wall.
According to the energy saving trust, a central heating boiler is responsible for approximately 60% of your household energy bills. So, replacing an old boiler for a new efficient one, should make a considerable difference to your bills.
Many of the new condensing boilers we install are A rated. This means their efficiency is at least 90%- if not more.
Newer boilers, also tend to be smaller than older boilers.
This means there are now more options to have them sitting on walls- instead of on floors. It can even be possible to hide them behind a cupboard.
As a result, more space can be made available for other household uses.